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Transposition à l’environnement turbiditique chenalisé d’un modèle de systèmes fluviatiles méandriformes pour la modélisation de réservoirs

Abstract : Channelized turbidite systems act as sediment transfer routes through the submarine realm similarly to rivers on the continents. The turbidite sedimentary deposits create among the biggest hydrocarbon reservoirs currently produced. MINES ParisTech has developed in the last twenty years Flumy, a numerical model that simulates the evolution of a meandering fluvial system to simulate reservoirs. In this work, we propose to transpose Flumy to submarine systems taking advantage of the analogy between these environments. Using natural data, the geomorphology of channelized meandering fluvial and submarine systems is compared, and laboratory experiments highlight the differences in terms of aerial and subaqueous flow behavior. The integration of the results of these studies allows Flumy to accurately simulate the stratigraphic architecture of channelized turbidite reservoirs.
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Martin Lemay. Transposition à l’environnement turbiditique chenalisé d’un modèle de systèmes fluviatiles méandriformes pour la modélisation de réservoirs. Géomorphologie. Université Paris sciences et lettres, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018PSLEM033⟩. ⟨tel-03118435⟩

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